6 ‘Six Word Stories’ for the 6th (vol. II)
Those of you who have been following this site for a while (God bless you, patient and forbearing people) will know that I have taken to posting 6 ‘six word stories’ whenever the 6th of a month happens to fall on a Sunday. Well it just so happens that today is Sunday 6th August, and so it’s time for another exciting instalment of 6 ‘Six Word Stories’ for the 6th.
You probably know the rules by now. I roll six Story Dice and I write a six word story loosely based upon whatever image is displayed on each die, starting from the top left (you can check out my previous efforts here, here and here). As ever, the following stories are entirely my own work.
So here we go.
Alea iacta est.
- Remembered and avenged every unicycle “performance”.
- Defecated. Swam. ‘Oh look, a morsel… ‘
- Murdered thousands for the “common good”.
- Money. Sex. Power. Three wasted wishes.
- Ignored camel’s nose. Tent crashed down.
- He prayed for me, His killer.
Phew. That was a tough one. I hope you enjoyed my modest efforts, but no doubt you can do much better. Why not try come up with your own six word stories based on the above stimuli and post them in the comments section below so we can all see how it’s done? And we’ll do it all over again on Sunday 6th May 2018!
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Until next time!